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Gen. Harrison's Speech at the Dayton Convention, September 10, 1840

Harrison, William Henry

Published by [Boston, MA} The Whig Republican Association of Boston. [Gould, Kendell & Lincoln]. [1840]., 1840
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8 pp. 8vo. An uncommon title, One of only the few of Harrison's campaign speeches to be published. Annotated in textual parentheses with commentary on the immense or tremendous cheering, the great and lasting sensation, lending a charming verisimilitude. Harrison claims his past experiences stand in place of promises. He does promise to lessen the power of the Chief Executive, a power that then bordered on despotism. He favored paper money, but also a vigorous banking system. He supports strong States Rights. To strengthen the democratic spirit, Harrison calls for lesser power to and fewer demands from political parties. Paper toned and dusty. Held together by 2 later stitches. Tidal mark. Horizontal fold. Edges show a few short closed tears and tiny chips. Else, Good +. Sabin 30573n, Am Imp 40-2970. Self-wraps with title above text. Bookseller Inventory # 10864

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Title: Gen. Harrison's Speech at the Dayton ...

Publisher: [Boston, MA} The Whig Republican Association of Boston. [Gould, Kendell & Lincoln]. [1840].

Publication Date: 1840

Edition: First Edition.

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